KUALA LUMPUR - House buyers were offered exclusive last-minute deals by top housing and property players on the last day of The Star KL Property Fair 2013.
A big crowd thronged the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre (KLCC) to look for ideal packages that suit their needs best.
Exhibitor LBS Bina Group Berhad sales and marketing communication assistant manager Amalina Maarof said house buyers were entitled to a RM2,000 (S$784) rebate if they booked a house at the Bandar Saujana Putra project before the year end.
"We have several promotions for home buyers including free legal fees. They are also entitled to a RM2,000 rebate as we are having the end-of-the-year festivities promotion," she said in an interview yesterday.
Tropicana Corporation Bhd sales and marketing manager Amanda Lee Ling Wei said they were also catering to high-end housebuyers including offering the exclusive 71 units serviced residences at Macalister Road in Penang.
"The response has been positive and we only have about 20 units left. The best part of this project is its location as it is in George Town and we have the city view as well as the beach view," she said.
Upon completion of the project, it will offer 208 hotel rooms with 211 unit of suites and 88 units of serviced residences. They are within walking distance of the Komtar building and hawker stalls.
For those looking for investment opportunities in property, EUM Management Sdn Bhd team leader Steve Tah said buyers could choose its deluxe service suites in Malacca.
"It is strategically located in the commercial centre of Melaka Raya and definitely has a potential of high capital appreciation. It is fully furnished and we offer free legal fees, sales and purchase agreement, and loan agreement for a limited time period," he said.
OSK Property Holdings sales and marketing assistant manager Ricardo Loh said the company provided a diverse range of homes ranging from one to three-bedroom suites and the premier two-bedroom duplex suites.
"We will launch our Phase Three project next week which is called the solstice service apartment.
"It is suitable for families and students as it is just a walk away from the Multimedia University and the HSC Medical centre among others and it is near the bus terminal," he said.
First-time house buyer Steven Chia, 27, said he was looking to buy a new house before getting married and having children.
"I came here with my girlfriend to look for a house before we tie the knot. The prices are quite high and I am looking for property which is within my income range," he said.